Captain Jarrid Houston of Houston’s guide service gives his latest Buzz Bite Report on the Duluth Superior fishing on January 4th, 2023.
Duluth Superior Fishing Buzz Bite Report 1-4-2023
Unfortunately we got more snow in the area and our lakes have a lot of snow and slush. Track machines area necessary, although foot travel is recommend on a number of bigger lakes as the ice thickness really varies.
Please check as you go and use extreme caution when venturing out.
We are finding anywhere from 3 inches to 12 inches of ice depending on the lake.
With that being said the fishing has been good on the St. Louis River for walleyes and panfish. The Northland Glass buckshot spoon in a 1/8 ounce in the Glow Chub color has been our best bait but dead sticks and Rapala Jigging Raps are also producing fish.
You can catch fish all day but primetime early in the morning and late in the afternoon is a sure bet for some fast action.
Anglers are beginning to get out on Chequamegon Bay down by Ashland and have been catching a mixed bag of splake, brown trout, whitefish, and northern pike.
Good luck to all the anglers out fishing in the Duluth Superior area. Have fun and stay safe!
- Jarrid Houston